Mobile boutiques are hitting the streets
Pull over food trucks . . chic parkable boutiques can be seen from coast to coast. The StyleLiner, is a luxurious mobile style gallery offering limited pieces of extraordinary accessories, hand-picked by The StyleLiner’s creator Joey Wolffer. By completely refurbishing a twenty-foot potato chip truck she has created a unique mobile shopping experience like no other. She travels the world to carefully curate limited-edition pieces that you will not find in your typical store and then offers them up and down the East Coast.
If you’re in the Portland, Oregon area, you can find dresses, shoes, accessories and everything a girl needs to put together a smashing outfit . . all in a 1965 double-decker bus Lodekka (lodekka.com). The shop also carries shirts, ties and other accouterments for men. Dallas’s bright green Vintagemobile (thevintagemobile.com) is a 1980 former school bus turned boutique. You’ll find tons of hand picked treasures ranging from…1950’s cowboys boots, rad tour shirts, mad men style dresses, killer purses and knick knacks. And the trend isn’t limited to clothing . . in St. Paul, Minnesota, you can find lamps, tables, chairs, pillows, and other home decor items on the Uniquely Attainable renovated school bus.